January 15, 2007 13:07 ET's CEO Marc Cubas Extends Open Invitation to Artists and Their PR Firms, Agents, Managers and Fans Extending Guest List to Musicians, Bands, Actors, Actresses, Artists, Designers, Writers, Journalists, Models, Comedians, Entertainers, and Everyone in Between

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 15, 2007 --'s CEO and Co-Founder Marc Cubas invites any and all artists, publicists, representatives, agents and fans to the experience live and direct. Headquartered in Los Angeles, has been nurturing a growing community of artists and the fans that love them. Since going live on June 15, 2005, has broadcasted over 4,000 music videos and 2,000 in-studio guests from across the creative spectrum. Cubas invites all to witness the epicenter of this synergy firsthand.

Marc Cubas and Dennis Tzeng founded in 2003, frustrated by the monotony of MTV, radio playlists and Britney Spears. From this context, was born with a mission to level the playing field for the sake of quality music and entertainment.

"One of the most rewarding parts of my job is to see artists, staff VJs and contributors develop," explains Marc Cubas. "We've been blessed to witness countless success stories -- individuals that come in hungry and come out on the other side well-fed with opportunities.

"There is always something going on at's headquarters. We're broadcasting live from our production studio 12 hours a day, and our doors are literally open to anyone to come and visit. 'Behind the scenes' doesn't exist at Guests are always a welcome, important participant in the scene, whether you're a multi-platinum superstar or a fan that lives down the street."

Rather than take his words for it, Marc Cubas invites you to experience for yourself. To schedule a tour of the headquarters and studios, please contact Bryan Kim, Director of Public Relations, pr @

Please visit for information on submitting CDs, music videos, or any other type of artwork for review.

New Era, New Opportunities

Rather than lament the supposed death of the music industry, is building the foundation for a new era. A recent survey of digital music consumers by Digital Media Association hints at new growth:

* 60% are listening to more music since they started using an online service

* 60% have discovered new artists

* 50% spend $200 per year on digital downloads, and nearly 30 percent spend more than $300

The once bottlenecked channels of music distribution (via the major labels) are breaking open, and the demand for new music is exploding. The savvy artist or publicist will thrive in this new music landscape, full of emerging opportunities for multiple revenue streams. is an obvious example of that prime opportunity. Director of Production and Co-Founder Dennis Tzeng relates:

"The old industry could only afford to push a select few artists. Conversely, MySpace hosts countless artists, but with no real means to distinguish from the pile. strikes that needed balance. We can broadcast talent in a compelling television program, embedded in an interactive, on-demand medium.

"Artists simply cannot afford to ignore this opportunity. And if you're talented, cannot afford to ignore you."

In-studio guests have included PitBull, Jurassic 5, Jason Biggs, Cypress Hill, The Shys, The Vacation, M1 of Dead Prez, Pigeon John, Rocco Deluca, Evidence of Dilated Peoples, Fishbone, Jamie Kennedy, Ima Robot, The Gray Kid, My Chemical Romance, Aloe Blacc, Aceyalone, Living Legends, Planet Asia and many more.

Artist testimonial -- Killola: hopes to grow along with the artists it broadcasts. The story of Los Angeles-based Rock band Killola ( is a prime example of parallel evolution. Fronted by lead singer Lisa R., Killola started in 2004 as a group of friends playing in a living room. Killola's high-energy performances and relentless do-it-yourself ethic sparked a verifiable buzz in the hyper-competitive Los Angeles scene.

Enter "Music Plus TV has helped our music reach people all over the world," explains Lisa R. "Thousands of fans never had the chance to see a LIVE Killola performance. However, via, our fans around the world were able to watch us perform an entire live set on the Friday Effect. That was an amazing night. After that show, we came home to dozens of emails and messages from all over the world telling us they thought the show was great."

Several appearances on later, Killola landed over 150 gigs, including sold-out shows at Safari Sams, the Viper Room, Spaceland, Silverlake Lounge, The Knitting Factory, and a residency at the Cat Club. That kind of accessibility lead to the band quickly selling out 1,000 of their independently pressed debut CD, "Louder, LOUDER!"

About capitalizes on the power of the internet to deliver original, entertaining television content while intimately connecting artists and entertainers to a global audience. MusicPlusTV's web portal features a live video stream broadcasting 24 hours a day, a complete on-demand library of video content, and an interactive, community-based interface that appeals to viewers and artists alike. Catering to a growing generation of consumers who demand fresh programming, has an innovative business model which includes revenues from advertising, content licensing, brand integration, event sponsorships and digital distribution. Visit for more information.

Contact Information

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    Bryan Kim
    Director of Media Relations
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